For the most part, an in-person draft works the same way as an online draft. There's still the time limits, and there will most likely be a big board like you see on the ESPN ads. And you won't be called a noob if you bring printouts, mags, and such. In fact, it's encouraged. Also, I strongly suggest you bring a notebook, pen, and the latest injury report. There is always the guy who ends up picking someone who is out for the year, gets someone who was already picked, or picks someone who isn't even playing. I was that guy once. Don't be that guy.
And the most important rule of all, have fun!
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